Schroders to merge Japan Alpha Plus into £2.1bn Tokyo fund

Manager Nathan Gibbs to relocate to London

Anna Fedorova

Schroders is looking to merge the Schroder Japan Alpha Plus fund managed by Nathan Gibbs into Andrew Rose's £2.1bn Schroder Tokyo fund.

Gibbs' £28m fund will merge into the Tokyo fund, managed by Rose (pictured), on 29 January, subject to approval by the Financial Conduct Authority and shareholders, who will be voting on the change at...

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